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Arbitrability of an Unfair Prejudice Claim (Part II)

(continued from earlier) The next argument was that any unfair prejudice claim under s.994 attracts a degree of state intervention and public interest such as to make it inappropriate for disposal by anything other than judicial process, independent of the nature of the claim or the company in this particular case. In response, the Court undertakes a historical analysis of the unfair prejudice...

Arbitrability of an Unfair Prejudice Claim (Part I)

A recent post considered the relation between arbitration and company law, in the context of the inability of arbitration to develop the body of corporate law jurisprudence. Another fascinating area of substantive overlap, is the arbitrability of company law disputes, which the UKCA in Fulham v David Richards was called on to consider in relation to claims of unfair prejudice. Given the fact...

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